St. Mary Magdalene

Saint Mary Magdalen is the patron of penitent sinners, glove makers, women, perfumers, converts, and pharmacists. She was a friend and follower of Christ whom exorcised seven demons from her. Arguments exist about her life post-crucifixion of Jesus. According to a French tradition, St. Mary Magdalen came to Marseilles, France to evangelize and she converted the entire Provence region. St. Mary Magdalen's feast day is July 22nd.
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